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pcsx2 faster on 64bit OS?
#1
My friend is running pcsx2 on a Intel Celeron 1007U base Netbook with 2gigs of ram and Windows 7 32bit.
It suprisingly runs average games like FFX or KH pretty well and gets full speed most of the time, but drops in more graphic intense scenes.
I was wondering if a 64bit OS could squeeze a few more fps out? has someone tested this and already know?

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#2
It wouldn't really offer any performance boost on 64bit since, pcsx2 isn't optimized to use any 64 bit features . FF series are very low demanding, it is no surprise that he can play it well.
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#3
yeah, it won't do anything
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#4
ok guess then we will keep 32bit on it. The performance is fairly decent for such a small device that was around 150EUR used.

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#5
You wouldn't get similar performance on other demanding games. You should be happy that the FF series are fairly easy to emulate. Tongue2
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#6
I already know that, Shadow of the Collossus, just saying.
Even my i5-2500k struggles with that.

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